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  1. Vale opens artificial intelligence centre in Brazil
  2. A downward-looking telescope: the future of mineral exploration?
  3. MINE Australia – Issue 3
  4. Crushing comminution: decarbonising mining’s biggest energy user
  5. MinEx: the hunt for tech to turn around mineral discovery

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Vale opens artificial intelligence centre in Brazil

International miner Vale has opened an artificial intelligence (AI) centre in the Brazilian state of Espírito Santo, which aims to develop AI systems capable of managing a number of logistical operations within the company.

MINE Australia – Issue 3

In this issue: Australia’s new MinEx Cooperative Research Centre, strong forecast for metallurgical coal in Asia, mining the world’s meteor craters, a new downward-looking telescope that identifies strategic minerals, and more.

Crushing comminution: decarbonising mining’s biggest energy user

Crush It! is a new challenge launched to encourage Canadian innovators to develop new, clean technologies for crushing mined rock, a process that uses a huge amount of energy. The competition hopes to drive the next big innovation breakthrough, crushing emissions along the way, as the project leaders explain.

MinEx: the hunt for tech to turn around mineral discovery

The new A$218m MinEx Cooperative Research Centre has been launched in Australia to boost the country’s declining mineral discovery rates. With most of the low-hanging fruit already extracted, its ambition is to develop next-generation drilling for faster, more efficient exploration.

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High value has always been placed on service at Hazemag. As a producer of machines and equipment, we are renowned for particularly long-life, robust machines in all areas of the natural stone industry right up to recycling.

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